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  • Professor David Linden

    Neuroimaging, biological psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, general psychiatry

    Academic School: Medicine

    Areas of Expertise: Alzheimer’s, Mental health, Neuroscience, NHS, Psychiatry, Psychology

  • Dr Marcus J. Coffey

    I teach the subject of Pharmacology to our Medical and BSc students at Cardiff University School of Medicine.

    Pharmacology is the study of how drugs work in the human body. Although we only ever want drugs to have a therapeutic effect we also have to recognise that some drugs can cause side effects in patients. So, the more we understand about the composition of drugs and how they have their effects; the safer prescribing medicines becomes.

    To fully understand the actions of drugs in the body I teach our students everything from physiology to chemistry to quantum physics.

    I use interactive computer animations to help explain scientific processes plus I give our students hands-on practical experiences of using drugs in clinical scenarios (they get to experiment on each other!)

    Academic School: Medicine

    Areas of Expertise: Antibiotic, Cardiology, Disease, Genetics, Infection, Molecular, NHS

  • Dr Colin V. E. Powell

    I am an academic general paediatrician with an interest in acute illness in children, emergency and respiratory paediatrics and health service delivery.

    Academic School: Medicine

    Areas of Expertise: Antibiotic, Disease, Infection, NHS, Primary care, Public health

  • Dr Mark Kelly

    I am a Research Fellow in Statistics in the South East Wales Trials Unit and a consultant for the Research Design and Conduct Service.

    I am interested in statistical methodology, multilevel modelling, systematic reviews clinical trials, exercise interventions in challenging populations and mental health.

    Academic School: Medicine

    Areas of Expertise: Mental health, NHS, Primary care, Public health, Statistics

  • Professor Nicholas Topley

    I am the Director of the Institute of Translation, Innovation, Methods and Engagement (TIME), Cardiff University School of Medicine.

    I received my Bachelors degree (BSc) in Microbiology from University College Cardiff and my PhD at the University of Wales College of Medicine before doing postdoctoral research in Hannover, Germany.

    I am a former member of the Council of International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis and received the John F Maher Award in 1998 for outstanding contributions to Peritoneal Dialysis.

    I am Editor Emeritus of Peritoneal Dialysis International, Subject/Associate Editor for NDT and a member of the editorial board of several nephrology journals.

    I am one of the founders and the current President of www.europd.com a European organisation dedicated to increasing knowledge and education in the PD community.

    Academic School: Medicine

    Areas of Expertise: Antibiotic, Disease, Infection, Molecular, NHS

  • Professor Mike Kerr

    I studied medicine in Bristol (UK), General Practice in York and Psychiatry in Cardiff.

    I came to Wales in 1990 and my clinical practice is in the epilepsies associated with learning disability and in the assessment and treatment of epilepsy and psychiatric disorder.

    I have been closely associated with initiatives in improving the public health of people with an intellectual disability including developing the Cardiff Health Check, which is used across England and Wales.

    Academically I have published widely on healthcare, epilepsy and intellectual disability and held research grants from many funding bodies.

    I am chair of the Advisory Board for Wales of Epilepsy Action, a trustee of Epilepsy Research UK and a medical advisor for the Rett Society and Epilepsy Bereaved. I am a member of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) commission on neuropsychiatric aspects of epilepsy and an editor of the Cochrane collaboration epilepsy group.

    Academic School: Medicine

    Areas of Expertise: Disability, NHS, Psychiatry

  • Professor John Gregory

    I am based at Cardiff University where I provide endocrine services for children in Wales.

    I have a longstanding research interest in the delivery of clinical services for children with endocrine disorders and have conducted randomised controlled trials in various aspects of childhood diabetes, including motivational interviewing, the effects of training health-care staff to communicate more skilfully (The DEPICTED Study) and an assessment of the effects of where children are treated at diagnosis of diabetes (The DECIDE Study).

    Academic School: Healthcare StudiesMedicine

    Areas of Expertise: Diabetes, NHS, Psychology